Sony 1289-4871 Cell Phone User Manual

accessories may prevent your device from working correctly by covering sensors,
lenses, speakers, or microphones and can invalidate the warranty.
Starting your device for the first time
The first time you start your device, a setup guide opens to help you configure basic
settings, sign in to online accounts and personalise your device. For example, if you
have a Sony Entertainment Network account, you can sign in to it here and get set up
straight away.
You can also access the setup guide later from the Settings menu. To access the setup guide
on a device with multiple users, you must be logged in as the owner, that is, the primary user.
To turn on the device
Make sure that the battery is charged for at least 30 minutes before you turn on the device for
the first time.
Press and hold down the power key
until the device vibrates.
Enter your SIM card PIN when requested, then tap .
Wait a while for the device to start.
To turn off the device
Press and hold down the power key
until the options menu opens.
In the options menu, tap Power off.
It may take a while for the device to shut down.
Why do I need a Google™ account?
Your Xperia™ device from Sony runs on the Android™ platform developed by
Google™. A range of Google™ applications and services is available on your device
when you purchase it, for example, Gmail™, Google Maps™, YouTube™ and the
Play Store™ application, which gives you access to the Google Play™ online store
for downloading Android™ applications. To get the most out of these services, you
need a Google™ account. For example, a Google™ account is mandatory if you want
Download and install applications from Google Play™.
Synchronise email, contacts and the calendar using Gmail™.
Chat with friends using the Hangouts™ application.
Synchronise your browsing history and bookmarks using the Google Chrome™ web
Identify yourself as the authorised user after a software repair using Xperia™
Remotely find, lock or clear a lost or stolen device using the my Xperia™ or
Android™ Device Manager services.
For more information about Android™ and Google™, go to
It is crucial that you remember your Google™ account username and password. In some
situations, you may need to identify yourself for security reasons using your Google™ account.
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